Something else

I don’t usually bother to write posts about updates to WordPress things that you can’t see (like stats, administration design, features, etc.) but their latest change is something I’ve long been waiting for. You can now make posts into ‘sticky posts’. This is, for the less savvy in e-jargon, where you can make sure that the post you check as ‘sticky’ remains the top post as long as you want – regardless of any further updates or new posts you might write. I expect I’ll be using this a fair bit, which might make things a little confusing for people if you continue to see the same post at the top. If I could just ask you to scroll down to the next post if you see this and check to see if there are any new posts, we will avoid any hostile confrontation in which I call you a fool. Thank-you!

Thomas.

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